Blackberry Bubble Up

Photo Credit: The Country Cook

Summer is the perfect time for berries, and one of the berries we can find abundantly in Canada and parts of the United States is the blackberry! Why not try out this Blackberry Bubble Up with some of your lovely blackberries this summer season?! I had never heard of a 'bubble up' dish before, I guess there are other ones that you can make like lasagne or pizza, they both use the Pillsbury grands refrigerated biscuits that are super easy to throw into the oven and make on their own or make a recipe like this one. Ideally you could maybe make your own biscuits from scratch, but lets face it, sometimes the pre made ready to bake ones are just way easier! So use them!

The biscuits bubble up over top of the other ingredients in the recipe, as you can see in the photos of this great recipe, making the bubble up portion of the recipe. The bread really rises, and creates almost a little crust over the filling. The filling in this case is cream cheese, sugar, and blackberries, you can use any kind of berry that is freshest and most available where ever you may live, even stone fruits would be great with this one perhaps, like nectarines or peaches.

The ones in the recipe would be very berry filled, with the blueberry filled biscuits, made like that before they go into packaging, and then the other blackberries mixed with the cream cheese! That is a lot of berries, and would be the perfect dessert for summer time. The author from the Country Cook says that this dessert isn't too sweet either. Just nice and fruity and light. Would you use your blackberries or any other berries for this recipe? Make sure you save it for future use! Head on over to 'The Country Cook' by following the link in the section below!

Nutrition Facts for: Blackberry Bubble Up From The Country Cook
Ingredients: Cream cheese, powdered sugar, milk, Pillsbury biscuits, fresh blueberries.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 12 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 268, Calories from Fat 79, Total Fat 8.8g 14%, Saturated Fat 4.2g 21%, Cholesterol 21mg 7%, Sodium 629mg 26%, Potassium 64mg 2%, Carbohydrates 42.0g 14%, Dietary Fiber 2.3g 9%, Sugars 15.2g, Protein 5.9g, Vitamin A 6%, Vitamin C 8%, Calcium 3%,Iron 10%

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